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George W. Bush, president No. 43, is in process of penning a biography about his equally famous father, George H.W. Bush, president No. 41, with a publication date set for November.
"You break it, you own it."
It is Cold War chic, a fixation on the dire days when B-52s thundered overhead, "peace through strength" proved a viable strategy and diplomacy was terse indeed. Press, pundits and politicians have bandied about Cold War talk with relish, so much so that President Obama himself came out to assure everyone that the United States was not engaged in a new Cold War with Russia. The Russians may not agree.
When Republicans talk about "43" on Tuesday, they won't be referring to George W. Bush. They will be referring instead to the 43 bills passed by the House that are languishing on the hallowed — or hollow — desk of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Now it's pushback time.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an eyebrow raiser of a statement on CNN, claiming that former President George W. Bush actually brought out her patriotism and made her proud of her American roots.
In another presidential foray into territory once reserved for Congress, President Obama's Department of Energy is exploring setting up sites to store reserves of gasoline in various places around the country to provide backup when major storms and other emergencies cut off access to local fuel supplies.
As fewer U.S. attorney's take on cases from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and ATF itself refers less cases to the district attorney's than in years past, official spokespeople blame sequestration and staffing woes for some of the drop-off.
President Obama decries gun violence and presses for more laws to restrict ownership, yet his Justice Department has prosecuted 25 percent fewer cases.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that while Republicans oppose President Obama at every turn, there were "many things" the two parties accomplished working together during the administration of President George W. Bush.